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应  县  一  中  高  二  年  级  月  考  一
           英  语  试  题       2017.9
时间:150分钟   满分:150分  命题人:李晓静
第一部分: 听力(共两节,满分0分)	
第一节(共5小题;每小题分,满分5分)听下面5段对话。每段对话后有一个小题,从题中所给的A、B、C三个选项中选出最佳选项,并标在试卷的相应位置。听完每段对话后,你都有10秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和阅读下一小题。每段对话仅读一遍。
What is the man looking for?
A. A book 			B. A desk  			C. A bag
Where will the man have his lunch?
A.In a restaurant.  		B. In the dining room. 	C. In his office
What is the probable relationship between the two speakers?
A. Reporter and editor     B. Teacher and student     C. Boss and secretary
When will the woman go to meet the man?
At 10:00 tomorrow morning.   
At 10:30 tomorrow morning.
At 11:30 tomorrow morning.
What does the woman want the man to bring?
A. Some plates.   		B. Some spoons.  		C. Some forks.
第二节(共15小题,每小题0.5分,满分5分)
听下面5段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题,从题中所给的A、B、C三个选项中选出最佳选项,并标在试卷的相应位置。听每段对话或独白前,你将有时间阅读各小题,每小题5秒钟;听完后,各小题将给出5秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。
听下面一段对话,回答第6和第7 两个小题。
What kind of room will the man live in?
A. A quiet room   		B. A smoking room   	C.A non-smoking room.
How much does the room cost a night?
A. $50    	B. $100   	C. $150
听下面一段对话,回答第8和第9两个小题。
What is the relationship between the speakers?
A. Bus driver and passenger.  B. Strangers.  C. Hotel clerk and guest.
How is the woman going there?
A. By bus.    B. By taxi.   C. On foot.
听下面一段对话,回答第10至第12三个小题。
Where does this conversation take place?
A. In the street.   B. At the man’s home.    C. On the telephone.
What are the questions about?
A. Work.   		 B. Hobbies      	C. Health.
What can we learn about the man?
A. He takes vitamins regularly.    B. He often does sports.    C. He has a balanced diet.
听下面一段对话,回答第13和第16四个小题。
When did the two speakers meet each other last time?
A. Two days ago.    B. A week ago.    C. A month ago.
How does the man feel?
A. Bored     B. Depressed    C. confident 
What is the man hungry for now?
A. A new job.    B. A good salary    C. A good preparation.
What can we learn about the man?
He told a lie to his wife. 
He has a part-time job at the coffee shop.
He found nothing in the advertisements.
听下面一段独白,回答第17至第20四个小题。
Where can the listeners buy Beginning English?
A. From the speaker.    B. In the main office.   C. In the bookshop.
What can the listeners do during the break?
A. Play computer games.   B. Go to the cafeteria.   C. Eat in the classroom.
What class is on Tuesdays?
A. Typing .   	B. English.   		C. Math
How long will the English class last within a day?
A. For two hours.   B. For two and a half hours.   C. For three hours.

第二部分:阅读理解(共20小题;每小题2.5分,满分50分)
第一节:阅读下列短文,从所给各题的四个选项A、B、C、D中,选出最佳选项
A
Around the World in Eighty Days is a classic adventure novel by Jules Verne. The story starts in London in 1872. One day in the Reform Club, Phileas Fogg, a wealthy gentleman, accepts a wager(赌注) for £20,000, which he will receive if he travels around the world in 80 days. 
Phileas Fogg sets off immediately, with his servant Passepartout. They reach Suez(苏伊士) quickly. While landing in Egypt, he is watched by a British detective named Fix, who is in search of a bank robber. Because Fix mistakes Fogg for the criminal, he follows secretly, as they are getting on a ship to Bombay.
After more than 20-days of travelling, they arrive in San Francisco, and then get on the train to New York. During that trip, the train is attacked by Indians, who take Passepartout away. With some soldiers’ help, Fogg succeeds in freeing his companion. To make up for the lost time, Fogg and his companion hasten on to New York, and catch the steamer for the crossing of the Atlantic. They arrive in Ireland in time to reach London before the deadline. However, once on British soil again, Fix arrests Fogg. Although the misunderstanding is quickly cleared up—the actual bank robber had been caught several days earlier. Fogg has missed the train and returns to London five minutes late; sure that he has lost the wager.
However, the next day Fogg learns from the priest that he is mistaken in the date, which he thinks Sunday but which actually is Saturday, due to the fact that they gained a full day on their journey around the globe, by crossing the International Date Line. Fogg immediately sets off for the Reform Club, where he arrives just in time to win the wager.
21. The reason that Fix wants to arrest Phileas Fogg is that _________.
A. Phileas Fogg is the bank robber whom Fix is trying to catch
B. Phileas Fogg doesn’t have a passport for his travels
C. Fix mistakenly takes Phileas Fogg for the bank robber 
D. Fix intends to prevent Fogg from winning the wager
22. During his time in America, Phileas Fogg spends a lot of “unexpected” time      .
A. travelling across the continent of America
B. rescuing his companion from the Indians
C. waiting for the ship back to London
D. getting rid of the pursuing of Fix
23. Does Phileas Fogg win the wager at last? Why?
A. No. Because he doesn’t get to the Reform Club before the deadline.
B. Yes. Because he is not the bank robber; it’s a misunderstanding.
C. No. Because he wastes too much time during his trip.
D. Yes. Because he arrives at the Reform Club before the deadline.
B
    Teamwork is all about working together to achieve a common goal or purpose. Is teamwork out of date? Why is it so hard to effectively conduct teamwork in those things?
    One way we employ teamwork in everyday lives is by becoming a parent. It is a parent's job to teach their children and the basic skills and give them the knowledge they need to be successful in life. For example, the mother teaches her children manners and good health skills, while the father teaches them how to catch a ball or drive a car. However, in today's society, we find that more and more parents are experiencing that the teamwork is a one-sided thing. According to a report, there are 13.7 million single parents raising their children in the US and this could be due to the fact that parents don't take responsibility for their children, so they leave one parent to do it alone. This is a sad fact, but it reflects that effective teamwork is losing ground in the parenting aspect of our everyday lives.
    Another place where teamwork affects us greatly is in our jobs. It doesn't matter if you are a small or large company; if you have at least one employee and yourself, then teamwork will be present. I have noticed that with the current economic recession(衰退期), people are racing to grab jobs but the quality of people's work has gone down greatly. It just appears to me that people do not take pride in their work any more. They want to get to work as fast as they can, just to receive the paycheck, but their quality standards fly right out the window. So I think teamwork is losing its ground in the workforce. There are too many people who want to work independently and forget they are a part of a team.
    As you can see, we run into the aspects of teamwork in just about everything we do. Do you believe teamwork is really losing ground in today's society? I think it is.
24. Why does teamwork disappear in the parenting aspect of our daily life?
A. Parents have no time to spare with their children.
B. Parents have no chances to teach their children about it.
C. Many children are often brought up by a single parent.
D. Many children are independent to deal with their matters.
25. Teamwork is losing ground in workforce mainly because        .
A. workers don't like to work together with others
B. workers' sense is affected by economic recession
C. workers want to prove they are more capable
D. fewer workers are employed to save money
26. The author wants us to believe his opinion by        .
A. listing some data	B. giving some examples
C. asking some questions	D. analyzing some cases
27. The underlined phrase "fly right out the window" in Paragraph 3 means        .
A. disappear	B. improve	C. increase	D. matter


C
The world is changing so fast that English, perhaps the most worldly of languages, is struggling to keep up.
    Learners in the future are likely to be much younger. Young children are often said to be better at language learning than older learners but they also have special challenges. Young children don't usually have the kind of instrumental motivation and determination for learning English that older learners often have. English lessons must therefore be fun and rewarding.
    The reasons why people learn English are also changing. Globalization is bringing together more people than ever who speak different languages and who are turning to English as the means of communication. The English learners of the future may be less worried about sounding exactly like a native speaker and more concerned about how to use English effectively in cross-cultural communication. We may be hearing more non-native speakers in dialogues and a wider range of the "New Englishes" now used around the world.
    Technology will allow English to come to you, rather than you having to go to a special place to learn English.
    Learning English has always involved both pain and pleasure, private effort and social activity. Traditional learning provided take-it or leave-it mixes of these as well as of content but in future learners will be able to choose a plan which suits their cultural and psychological dispositions(性情), or their particular needs at that moment. They, rather than their teachers, will decide how, what and when they will learn.
    Above all, learning English is about communication and an important benefit of learning English is being able to exchange views and make friends with people all over the world. Despite the growing independence of learners, trusted institutions and brand names will remain important.
28. Compared to older learners, young English learners                 .
A. are more active in learning
B. are more hard-working in learning
C. have more difficulties in learning
D. have less lasting determination in learning
29. What can we learn about the future English language?
A. British English will be more popular.
B. American English will be more popular.
C. Most people will speak standard English.
D. Many different kinds of Englishes will appear.
30. What can we learn from the passage?
A. Future English lessons will be more interesting.
B. Old people won't have to learn English in the future.
C. People will pay more attention to English pronunciation.
D. Teachers will play a more important role in one's English learning.
31. What can be inferred from the passage?
A. Learning English means no pain in the future.
B. English training schools will not be popular with young people in the future.
C. English learners will become less independent in the future.
D. More attention will be paid to personal needs in English learning in the future.



D
Tudor Cobalas nearly crashed his car while driving and texting on his phone. It was this near-death experience that inspired him to turn the smartphone from a weapon of mass distraction into a tool for safer driving.
Mr. Cobalas developed Safe Drive, an app that rewards drivers for ignoring their phones while driving. Once a driver drives too fast, the app launches a “Release” button on the screen, effectively locking the phone. Driving without checking the phone generates scores that can be turned into shopping discounts in the Safe Drive Marketplace.
It’s a simple idea that has attracted nearly 100,000 users globally and 30 commercial partners. Worldwide, about 1.25 million people die each year as a result of road traffic accidents, according to the World Health Organization. “Smartphone distraction” is blamed for an increasing number of accidents. Drivers using a mobile phone are four times more likely to be involved in a crash. Many parents also want to educate their children, young drivers. That is why a growing number of technology businessmen are trying to handle the problem.
“Although smartphones are rightly blamed for an increase in distracted driving, we wanted to show that smartphones could be used to make drivers better,” says Hari Balakrishnan, chief technology officer of Cambridge Mobile Telematics, a US company that has developed an app called Drive Well.
The app measures all aspects of driving such as hard braking, abrupt acceleration, sharp cornering and speeding. But it also monitors how often drivers are distracted by their phones and generates a “safety score” at the end of each trip. The free app features competition leader boards that enable drivers to compete with their friends, family and colleagues, as well as personalized safer driving tips. Good safety scores can earn drivers discounts on car insurance, Mr. Balakrishnan says. 
Last year the company started a competition to find Boston’s safest driver. Nearly 5,000 people have signed up, and 98 have been awarded more than $3,400 in prizes. Data from 40,000 Drive Well app users around the world present its effectiveness, says Mr. Madden.
32. What caused Tudor Cobalas to develop the app Safe Drive?
A. Multi-functions of this app.
B. His desire to make a fortune. 
C. Many parents’ worries about teenagers’ driving safety.
D. His own experience about being distracted by his smartphone.
33. What do Safe Drive and Drive Well have in common?
A. They keep a specific record of hard braking.    
B. They fail to help decrease the number of traffic accidents.  
C. Their users get some scores in the driving process.   
D. Their users get money as a reward directly.
34. Which of the following is closest to the meaning of the underlined word “distracted” in paragraph 4 ?
A.Lacking concentration.       B. Lacking confidence.
C. Speedy.                     D. Dangerous. 
35. What is the purpose of the passage?
A. To present the harmful effects of smartphones in the driving process.
B. To introduce some useful apps that can guarantee our safety.
C. To compare different types of apps concerning driving safety. 
D. To show us smartphones can make drivers safer in a way.  
第二节 七选五
     根据短文内容,从短文后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项.选项中有两项为多余项.
     It’s reported that a male waiter recently poured boiling water over a female customer at a hot pot restaurant after the woman was caught complaining about the waiter’s bad service online._____36______        The female victim,surnamed Lin,reportedly got into an argument with the waiter, surnamed Zhu,when Zhu refused her repeated request for additional soup for her pot.Lin was rushed to hospital and was diagnosed with severe bums on up to 40%of her body.____37_____        Many netizens criticized the waiter for being too impulsive and ignoring the possible consequences,but some also accused Lin of being too picky.Meanwhile,some came up with a question worthy of discussion:____38_____        Many tragedies are caused by arguments and if the victim can control his or her anger and try to reach a compromise,the tragedies could possibly be avoided.Sometimes so-called“cowardliness”can be a form of self-protection,especially when you are faced with strangers and you know little about their personalities.         ____39____When they calm down afterwards,they would regret their“ridiculous”behavior and have to pay the price for the consequences·         In May,a male driver in the southwestern city of Chengdu was captured on film intercepting a woman’s car and dragging her out of her seat,throwing her on the ground,before cruelly kicking her several times on the head,simply because the woman suddenly changed lanes in front of his car.       ____40_______Forgive others’mistakes and avoid fueling others’anger.Accordingly,you may be less likely to suffer from unexpected troubles. A.Will the situation be out of control because of your anger? B.Intolerance has contributed to lots of violent incidents. C.How to keep ourselves safe when we argue with others? D.The waiter has been arrested for further investigation and trial. E.This incident caused an outcry among netizens and opinion leaders. F.But it is difficult to control our anger when we have conflict with others. G.So next time you deal with conflict,it is more advisable to control your temper and say“sorry”with a smile.
第三部分:完形填空(共20小题;每小题2分,满分0分)
阅读下面短文,从短文后所给各题的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。
I went to the classroom with great confidence when I gave my first lesson to my English literature class. Since I had taught in America for many years, I had no     41     about my ability to hold their attention and to     42     them my admiration for the literature of my native language.
    I was     43     when the monitor shouted, “Stand up!” The whole class     44     as I entered the classroom. I was somewhat     45     how I could get them to sit down again, but once that embarrassment was over, I quickly     46     my calmness and began what I thought was a fact-packed lecture, sure to gain their   47  —perhaps even their admiration. I went back to my office with the rosy glow (满面红光) which came from a sense of     48    .
    All the students     49     diaries. However, as I read their diaries, the rosy glow was gradually     50     by a strong sense of sadness. The first diary said, “Our literature teacher didn't teach us anything today. Her next lecture will   51   be better.” Greatly surprised, I read diary after diary, each expressing a  52   theme. “Didn't I teach them anything? I described the entire philosophical framework of western thought and laid the historical   53   for all the works we'll study in class,” I complained. “How should they say I didn't   54    them anything?”
    After a long term, I gradually learned that my ideas about     55     were not the same as those of my students. I thought a teacher's job was to   56   questions and provide enough background so that students could   57   their own conclusions, while my students thought a teacher's job was to provide     58     information as directly and clearly as possible. What a great   59  !
    However, I also learned a lot, and my     60     with my Chinese students has made me a better American teacher, knowing how to teach in a different culture.
41. A. idea	B. doubt	C. trouble	D. difficulty
42. A. fix on	B. hold on	C. focus on	D. impress on
43. A. shocked	B. amused	C. interested	D. excited
44. A. laughed	B. shouted	C. rose	D. whispered
45. A. puzzled	B. confident	C. anxious	D. curious
46. A. covered	B. hid	C. regained	D. won
47. A. satisfaction	B. support	C. concern	D. respect
48. A. failure	B. achievement	C. embarrassment	D. sadness
49. A. liked	B. kept	C. read	D. exchanged
50. A. replaced	B. held	C. controlled	D. caught
51. A. surely	B. naturally	C. obviously	D. possibly
52. A. normal	B. special	C. similar	D. disappointing
53. A. knowledge	B. background	C. development	D. information
54. A. explain	B. tell	C. provide	D. teach
55. A. education	B. learning	C. culture	D. literature
56. A. discover	B. consider	C. raise	D. answer
57. A. draw	B. decide	C. express	D. share
58. A. useful	B. related	C. exact	D. standard
59. A. concept	B. situation	C. challenge	D. difference
60. A. discussion	B. experience	C. argument	D. growth
第四部分 写作(满分50分)
语篇型语法填空 (共15小题;每小题1分,满分15分)
阅读下面材料,在空白处填入适当内容(不多于3个词)或括号内单词正确形式填空。
(1)Sometimes our emotions can seem to defeat us.When this happens,  61  is possible to give people the wrong _62_(impress) or do something we regret.Learning to express your emotions effectively will allow you to communicate clearly and carefully,without hurting those around you or  63 (make) the situation worse.So it's important to learn to express emotions.
Firstly,you need to learn how to express your angry feelings.Anger can cause you to say things you regret,so sometimes you should control your angry feelings.If you're afraid of saying something that hurts someone,then try to think_ 64 _(care) before you speak.Also,you can write down your angry thoughts as if you were shouting it out to the world.This allows you  65  (express) your anger.
Secondly,it's necessary to learn to express sadness.Sadness is particularly hard to deal _66_,especially when people can see you are sad.But you needn't hide it.Instead,try talking about  67  is making you sad.It doesn't matter if you cry,as it has proved that crying can reduce stress.What's more,if you feel your secrets are safe in your dairy,then write down what_68_(upset) you.
Learning to express worry is also important.If you're worried about a friend or a loved one,talk to them about your worry.This could give you some peace of mind.Also,you can choose an activity_69_you are interested in and spend some time doing it.The less you think about the problem,the_70_you will worry.
At 3,500 metres, La Paz, in Bolivia, is the highest capital in the world. Life is hard at high altitude, and the mountains make communications difficult. Many roads are ___71___ bad condition and accidents are frequent. One road in particular, which goes north from La Paz , ___72______(consider) the most dangerous road in the world. On one side the mountains rise steeply; on the other side there is a sheer drop, ___73__ in places is hundreds of metres deep. 
Since the 1980s, with satellite TV and Internet, it has been possible to listen to British English and American English at the flick of a switch. This non-stop communication, the experts think, has made __74__easier for British people and Americans to understand each other. But it has also led to lots of American words and structures ___75___(pass) into British English, so that some people now believe that British  English will disappear. 
第二节:短文改错(共10小题;每小题1分,满分10分)
下面短文中有10处语言错误。请在有错误的地方增加、删除或修改某个单词。
增加:在缺词处加一个漏字符号(∧),并在其下面写出该加的词。
删除:把多余的词用斜线(\)划掉。
修改:在错的词下划一横线,并在该词下面写出修改后的词。
注意:1. 每句不超过两个错误;
      2. 每处错误及其修改均只限一词;
      3. 只允许修改10处,多者(从第11处起)不计分。
One day, as I was taking a walk just outside the Concert Hall, I saw a man on a black suit. Smiling happy, he was talking to some young people.“This man look familiar,” I thought to me. Then my heart beat fast. He was my most favourite musician! I had always been dreaming of meeting him someday and having a talk to him. And now he just appeared, and I simply don’t know what to do. After one minute or two, I started running toward him, search for a pen and some papers in my bag. Finally, I was right in front of him. With heart in mouth, I asked,“May I have the photo with you?”
:书面表达(共25分)
假设你是高中生李华,你校计划下个月将举行旧书捐赠活动,所有图书将送给西部贫困山区的学校。请给你的英国朋友查理写一封信, 向他介绍此次活动的有关情况, 要点如下:
活动目的
活动内容
活动意义
参考词汇:旧书捐赠活动 Used Book Donation Campaign
注意: 
1.词数100左右;
2.可适当增加细节,以使行文连贯。
3. 开头和结尾已给出,不计入总词数。
Dear Charlie,
How is everything going with you these days?
_________________________________________________________________Do you have similar campaigns in your school? If so, could you please let me know 
how they are concluded?
Yours,
Li Hua
高二月考答案-23 CBD   24-27. CBDA	   28-31 DDAD   32-35 DCAD   36-40 EDCBG
完型填空  41-45 BDACA  46-50 CDBBA  51-55 DCBDA  56-60 CACDB
语法填空  61.it	  62.impression  63.making 	64.carefully 		65.to express
66. with 	 67.what 	 68.is upsetting 	 69.that/which 	 70.less
71. in    72. is considered   73. which  74. it   75. passing
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答案书面表达
Dear Charlie,
How is everything going with you these days?
In order to fuel our efforts to save the planet and raise public awareness of environmental issues, “a Used Book Donation Campaign” will be carried out in our school next month. Any used books that we no longer need can be donated and all the collected books will be donated to schools in poor mountainous areas of West China.
I’m sure this campaign will have a great effect on everyone involved. On one hand, we can play a part in recycling resources for the protection of the environment. On the other hand, children in poor areas will benefit from those used books because it’s difficult for them to have access to such extra-curricular books.
Do you have similar campaigns in your school? If so, could you please let me know how they are concluded?
Yours,
Li Hua













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